Daniel Lee, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Economics, School of Business
BA, California State University Domingues Hills
MA, California State University Los Angeles
Ph. D, Claremont Graduate University
Dr. Daniel Lee teaches undergraduate and graduate level economics courses. Since 2012, he has served as a tourism economist for the state government of New Hampshire, and published a periodic economic report, The North Country Economic Index for the State of New Hampshire and Coos County. He is a faculty fellow at the Center for Rural Partnerships, Plymouth State University, and has engaged in research projects serving the local communities. He is a project economist at the Institute for New Hampshire Studies, and has conducted economic impact studies for tourism-related organizations in the State of New Hampshire, and he is a member of the Regional Science Association International.
North Country Economic Index
Does Foreign Direct Investment Increase Corruption in Host Countries, (with Sunghee Choi), Journal of Economic Studies, 1 (29) (2011), 211-250
Income Inequality and Marriage, (with Kwang Woo Park and Myeong Hwan Kim), Economics Bulletin, 15(20) (2007), 1-12